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What are tertiary rivers and where are they?

Jim Ware
StarNews

Tertiary rivers are bodies of water that lead into a main body of water, such as the Cape Fear River, according to the Marine Technology faculty at Cape Fear Community College.

Examples of tertiary rivers in the Cape Fear Region are the Northeast Cape Fear, the Black River and the Brunswick River.

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